Social wellbeing (the social dimension of health) refers to our ability to make and maintain meaningful positive relationships and regular contact with other people in our world.
Social support enhances quality of life and provides a buffer against adverse life events.
Social wellness means being aware of, participating in, and feeling connected to your community.
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The more you engage and connect, the more engagement and connections you will have. - Author: Loren Weisman